Greyfriar's Isle
You may encounter nude sunbathers beyond this point
Last update: 25th Apr 2022, 7:00 AM
Frequent Frontal Nudity
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A man's dream to build a campsite on the island his grandfather owned. Eccentric island customs. 15 miles of nude beaches. What could go wrong?


Translator, webcomics artist since dirt. Sometimes I make music-like noises.
Ancient Webcomic Enthusiast who's been lurking around the webcomic-scene since early this century, doing cameotracking in the background as well as catching up and keeping an eye on which webcomics can be found offline in print.

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Most recent comments left on Greyfriar's Isle

I just found this comic via Deviantart and I love how light-hearted and innocent it is (also reminded me of the Bare Pit in a good way). I'll be staying for more :)
Fantastic work on this page! There's lots happening here and it's great :D
It also absolutely tickles me to think that there is a possibility that, due to the appearance of characters who had previous cross-overs, that Greyfriar's Isle could potentially be in the same universe as The Beholderverse. I mean, not everything that crosses over and has characters make guest appearances are actually related like that - it's not a hard and fast rule and it's not something that's forced upon creators, I just find it a fun thing to think inside my head!
I personally have no problem with delays and it’s fine to me , RL comes first 👌. But it’s good to see new page .
Apologies for the delay everyone! I have a long list of things I need to take care of, some of which are literally years overdue. This includes medical appointments, setting up a new website that includes the newer webcomics and is not dependent on a custom CMS, getting solar panels installed on my roof so Vladimir Putin can suck it, and more.
Then this page also turned out to be difficult to draw. Fun, but time-consuming. At the same time, I've been doing 30 Days of Characters again, just like last year, and even though most of these artworks took less than an hour from start to upload, this was time taken out of the available time for working on Greyfriar's Isle. I think it's worth it; it's important for me to try new things and stretch myself creatively, and some of these images will be reused on the Greyfriar's Isle website when it appears. But sometimes I wonder.
Anyway. The next month will be a wash: no more 30 Days of Characters and I'll be alone in the house without my dogs because my wife has taken them with her to Portugal where she's buying land (if they were to stay with me, I'd be practically housebound for a month, and besides, they thrive while traveling. They are travel dogs now). But I'm also going to spend much more time in the office, which means my bicycle commute will be a daily thing: almost two hours a day on my wheels. This is good for my physical and mental health, but not for my time budgeting.
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